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The Rail Shop | 24 Coaches

The Rail Shop

Welcome to our online shop! This is a curated collection of various things related to the railways in India that are available for purchase online through Amazon. We have books, toys, models, collectibles and more things. Note that we don’t sell anything ourselves but only help you make the choice.

Books on Railways in India

Not just drab history, but an engrossing narrative telling hundreds of little nuggets on the railways in India in fine detail and easy language.

One of the best and grandest historical treatises on the railways of the British Raj. Complete with panels of rare photographs.

Mr.Aklekar’s most famous work chronicles the two-century journey of Mumbai’s legendary railway system.

A collection of fascinating and nostalgic stories around the railways in India, as rustic as they get. Edited by Ruskin Bond himself.

A magnificent collection of pieces on the railways in India from a gallery of rail-stalwarts. From essays to travelogues it has them all!

You won’t believe how supremely complete this work is. Find every little line and station. A must-have for any rail journey, or even otherwise!

Jeet Arora loved trains as a boy. Now he is posted as a young railway officer on the Eastern Railway. What could go wrong?

A towering work detailing the history of the Railways from a cultural perspective, ranging from freedom struggle to Bollywood.

Embark on a grand historical journey with the GIPR, arguably the greatest and grandest railway company ever existed.

Join Monisha as she embarks on a remarkable and heartwarming journey across India on trains alone. Three months, 80 trains.

The enlightening story and experiences of Prof. Sengupta as he travels blind and alone from Kolkata to Trivandrum on a train.

Paul Theroux’s epic and wonderfully entertaining travelogue as he makes his way across Asia on its legendary trains.


More to come!


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